Square-Enix

Yesterday, Square Enix announced the Final Fantasy XV Royal Edition for PS4 and Xbox One. The official press release also included info on a DLC package named “Final Fantasy XV Royal Pack” for those who already own the original game, that will update it to the Royal Edition adding the new features. The original press release
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Square Enix announced that the world of Final Fantasy XV has gotten even bigger with the release of Final Fantasy XV Royal Edition on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One and Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition on PC-Steam, Origin and Windows 10 on March 6. Final Fantasy XV Royal Edition and Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition will each launch
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Tokyo RPG Factory’s I Am Setsuna spiritual successor Lost Sphear is releasing soon in the West, and publisher Square Enix is getting people hyped with a brand new trailer. And while many pre-launch trailers will focus on gameplay or story, Square Enix is highlighting one thing in particular: the game’s terrific soundtrack. Showing off serene piano melodies along
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Today Square Enix fully unveiled Toji No Miko: Kizamishi Issen no Tomoshibi (which translates as “Sword-wielding Maidens: Engraved In a Flash of Light“), a new game inspired by the 2017 manga and super-recent anime (the first episode aired on January 5th) Katana Maidens ~ Toji No Miko.  The game was teased with a brief trailer at Tokyo
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This morning, Nintendo released a new Nintendo Direct Mini that was packed full of reveals and news for upcoming Nintendo Switch titles. To begin the presentation, Nintendo revealed The World Ends With You: Final Remix, a remaster of Square Enix’s Nintendo DS cult-classic RPG coming ten years after the original game released. According to the
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My first introduction to the SaGa franchise was SaGa Frontier 2 on PlayStation, and to this day I consider it one of my all-time favorite RPGs. However, with having limited to no internet access at the time, I was unaware of most titles that came before it; more specifically, the Romancing SaGa trilogy on Super Famicom.
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Recently the Entertainment Software Ratings Board unveiled the rating summary for Square Enix’s upcoming title Secret of Mana. According to the ESRB, the upcoming Japanese Role-Playing title will receive an E10+ (for Everyone aged 10 and over) rating. Unlike like its mobile and Wii ports (which was also E10+), the board decided to give the sequel an E10+ rating
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Final Fantasy XIV has continued to stay strong throughout the years with new content updates and expansions, and with a new year having just started, there definitely seems to be more on the way for players of the long-running MMORPG. In a post on the official FFXIV North American forums, producer and director Naoki Yoshida provided
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You can head over to the PlayStation Store right now to grab a slew of various Final Fantasy titles that are on sale for the holidays. Some highlights include Final Fantasy XV, the VR tie-in title Monster of the Deep,  XII: The Zodiac Age, and XIV: Stormblood on PS4, as well as World of Final Fantasy for PS Vita and PS4. There’s also a ton of
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Dragon Quest Builders proved to be quite an intriguing title upon its release last year, splicing together elements of both Minecraft and the Dragon Quest (or Dragon Warrior for you old-school fans) series, to create something unique. The game was confirmed to be coming to Nintendo Switch in September, and today, both the European and
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Today during a stage show hosted at Jump Festa at the Makuhari Messe venue in Chiba near Tokyo, Square Enix showcased more gameplay of Dissidia Final Fantasy NT. The game was played live, and among the six players, we saw Director Takeo Kujiraoka and Producer Ichiro Hazama. Two matches were played, both in the new Core Battle mode.
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During a livestream from Jump Festa at the Makuhari Messe in Chiba near Tokyo, Square Enix showcased a new trailer of the Nintendo Switch version of Dragon Quest Builders. Alongside the trailer, we also got more gameplay showcasing two players (including the game’s Producer) as they tried to recreate a nostalgic overworld map from the Dragon Quest
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Square Enix launched to most recent update for Final Fantasy XV, which brings the version from of the game from 1.18 to 1.20. As with the past updates, version 1.19 and 1.20 adds many new features to the ever expanding RPG. Most importantly, 1.19 adds gives the ability to swap characters during the main story
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Square Enix has revealed a new collaboration event coming to their mobile Final Fantasy title, Final Fantasy Brave Exvius. The event will feature Cloud Strife of Final Fantasy VII, as he becomes an obtainable character in Brave Exvius. Cloud is one of the strongest two-handed characters in the game so be sure to get him when he returns on December 15. If you’re
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Back in August, Square Enix revealed that they were developing a remake of Seiken Densetsu 2, also known as Secret of Mana in the West, for PC, PS Vita, and PS4. This remake is currently poised to release on February 15 of next year, and Square Enix announced today that their will even be a limited physical release
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Mobius Final Fantasy has been the source of many crossover events since the game’s release, but today’s announcement may be one of the most exciting, especially for gamers who have been mentally preparing for Final Fantasy VII Remake. Beginning on December 2, and continuing through the month of December, players will be treated to a slew
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Square Enix release the launch trailer for Star Ocean: The Last Hope – 4K & Full HD Remaster, coming to PlayStation 4 and PC-via Steam on November 28 in North America, Europe, and Japan. The trailer gives fans a preview of the improvements found in the remaster. These improvements include, HD resolution on PlayStation 4 and
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NieR: Automata has been one of 2017’s surprise hits and the game’s eccentric director, Yoko Taro, has been consistently been at the center of conversation surrounding it. In a recent interview with Game Informer, Yoko Taro opened up a bit more about his reaction to the success of NieR: Automata as well as discussing his partnership with PlatinumGames
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